The other day was a rotten day. A no-good, negative, lousy day. A day where situations came at me with no warning and knocked the wind right out of my sails. Try as I might, it took most of the day before my “ship” was once more afloat and not taking on more water. So,… Continue reading Creating Happiness…for Others
Still a few blooms when a frost hit this week . . . glistening icy Yarrow flowers. Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2018.
Pretty zinnia, not fully in bloom. I’ve been treasuring the fall flowers while they last! My garden in Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2018.
I planted a package of lemon cosmos flower seeds in the spring. This week, I discovered the first flowers from my efforts…one tough plant popped up from a crack in the backyard patio concrete. The only plant to bloom. Bloom where you’re planted…or not! © Rita Jacques 2018.
My brother-in-law Mark is an avid cyclist and a wonderful gardener. Look how he combined the best of both worlds! Windsor, Ontario. © Rita Jacques 2018
How does one cope with natural disasters of the worst kind? Or of being surrounded by the threat of violence? Well, I can only speak for myself…I focus on the beauty around me: flowers! When I ventured to Haiti with a team after the earthquake struck there, we traveled through roads cut through mountainsides. Boulders… Continue reading Handling Stress…Beautifully!
Poppies are fleeting…they’re in their prime for only a brief moment in time. These photos would’ve been better taken the day before, and on a calm day…but this was still better than waiting until next year. You can see the age in the petals yet the blooms are only a few days old. I only… Continue reading Poppies!